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Suffering from tinnitus (high pitch ringing in ears)after a head injury

Hello Doctor,

I am a 23 yr old female. Recently i had an injury on my head . a heavy container fell on my head. After that i felt pain on top and sides of my head when i touch but i was normal, no headaches nothing. The next morning after the injury I got high pitch Ringing sound or constant beeping sound in both my ears more noisier in the left ear. I went to doctor. they said its possibly concussion . Took ct scan and checked ear drum . everything was normal. But said concussion cannot be seen on the ct scan. i dont have any headaches since the injury which happened 5 days back. but sometimes i feel like my brain is paining for some 5 secs and then the pain goes away. Pls help me for the ringing. Does it go away after my concussion is healed? i cannot sleep or concentrate. It is louder than my TV . I also did hearing test even that was normal. pls tel me a solution.
  tinone90 on 2013-09-12
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Hello. Sorry to hear about your accident.

After such a blow to the head, I would have taken a dose of Arnica. Maybe as high as 10M. This is to clear up any after-effects of this accident. Is there any congestions in the head, Arnica will in that case remove it.

One dose of Arnica 10M.

Parakletos last decade

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